Pryor, OK —
How stupid do Democrats think the American public may be?
How many elections have they used the issue of Social Security to frighten senior citizens into voting for things they do not believe in and would never otherwise embrace?
How long can Democrats ignore issues such as millions of dead babies for the convenience of women, a national debt no one dreamed possible and Christian values being called “hate speech?”
You, my Democrat friends and neighbors, are being sold a bill of goods for the sake of liberals gaining and keeping power, and for the almighty dollar.
If you are of an age to be concerned about Social Security, perhaps you have grandchildren, why not give them a thought - how their future is mortgaged, how Washington has tied the hands of employers to the point they no longer offer jobs, how animals and plants have a higher value than human life.
Why not use you own brain and quit voting “the way daddy did,” or the way your union told you to vote for a change?
We all must answer some day.
I am so frustrated with the health care quality here in Pryor. We have a hospital here that is a First Aid station, they put a bandage on it and send you to Tulsa. Then we have surgeons here that if it's more than a hang nail or something simple they don't want to handle it, they send you to Tulsa.
MCMC doesn't even read their own X-Rays Tulsa does that too, If you have any X-Rays done at MCMC you'll get a bill from them and one from Tulsa X-Ray. SO why do they spend all that time and money going to school to be a Doctor, I guess so they can come to this small Town and make $$$$.
Is that all we are is a Money Cow to them what happen to service? If you end up in ambulance and you can go straight to Tulsa
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